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Defending Human Attributes in the Age of the Machine

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Don Norman has been called "the guru of workable technology" (Newsweek). This CD about him is one of Voyager's First Person series. It contains the full text of three of Donald Norman's books published in print format in the late 1980s to early '90s: The Design of Everyday Things, Turn Signals are the Facial Expressions of Automobiles, and Things That Make Us Smart: Defending Human Attributes in the Age of the Machine, all embellished sporadically with brief audio or video segments of Norman providing commentary. Also included are an introduction containing video segments of Norman giving three original short talks, plus video clips of Norman explaining aspects of the CD itself; an Essays section containing previously published articles written or co-written by Norman; and "The Gallery of Unfindable Things," a selection of images by artist Jacques Carelman from his book Catalogue d'objets introuvables, with audio commentary by Norman. (From this review)

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System requirements:
Any colour Macintosh (25-MHz 68030 or better recommended)
SSW 7
5 MB RAM
13-inch (640x480 resolution) color monitor
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